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Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Rural Payments Agency: Telephone Services (4 May 2016)

Sue Hayman: To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, what steps she is taking to improve the Rural Payments Agency call centre service.

Oral Answers to Questions — Work and Pensions: Topical Questions (9 May 2016)

Sue Hayman: I recently asked a written question about the equality analysis that was carried out on the PIP consultation documents, and I was astounded to find out that the Department has only to pay due regard to the equality aspects of decisions, and that it was up to the Department to decide whether to publish that analysis. Does the Secretary of State agree that in the spirit of full transparency...

Written Answers — Prime Minister: Pharmacy: Rural Areas (10 May 2016)

Sue Hayman: To ask the Prime Minister, pursuant to his oral contribution of 20 April 2016, Official Report, column 915, in response to the Question from the hon. Member for Workington, and with reference to the letter to him of 21 April 2016 from that hon. Member and the oral contribution from that hon. Member of 25 April 2016, Official Report, column 1187, what scheme is in place to assist rural...

Energy and Climate Change: Electricity Pylons: Sensitive Environments (12 May 2016)

Sue Hayman: I want to ask the Minister about vertical infrastructure more broadly. We have pylons going through Cumbria, and my constituency has an awful lot of wind farms and telephone masts. How do we bring all of that together when we consider new planning?

Business of the House (Private Members’ Bills): Budget for Community Pharmacies (24 May 2016)

Sue Hayman: Allison’s chemist in Cockermouth, which is in my constituency, provided a very important resource for local people after the floods. Rather than people going to hospital because they needed care, Allison’s visited them in their homes or where they were staying. This cut means that we shall risk losing that kind of important support.

Business of the House (26 May 2016)

Sue Hayman: Two of my constituents, Mr Matthews and Mrs Southward, have been in touch with me about the care of their family members during recent stays in hospital. Breakdowns in communication between staff seem to have contributed to very poor standards of patient care, leaving the patients and their families very distressed. May we have a debate on how we can ensure that we have the best standards of...

Steel Industry (26 May 2016)

Sue Hayman: The Tata Steel products plant in my constituency is part of the sale deal with Greybull. I thank the Minister for Small Business, Industry and Enterprise for the meetings she has had and the discussions we have had to secure that site. The workers at the plant are very concerned about their pensions. Some of them have been there for more than 40 years, and they are distressed and worried....

Business of the House: Disability Employment Gap (8 Jun 2016)

Sue Hayman: Is any monitoring being done as to how many people who get into work are still in that job one year later? Sustainability is just as important as getting the job in the first place.

Business of the House: Disability Employment Gap (8 Jun 2016)

Sue Hayman: The Government’s pledge to halve the disability employment gap is an important step towards recognising that many disabled people want to get back into work. As has been said, however, if they are to have any chance of success, the Government must recognise and act on the significant barriers to employment that many disabled people face, including keeping jobs for the long term. They must...

Business of the House: Disability Employment Gap (8 Jun 2016)

Sue Hayman: My hon. Friend makes a very good point. The problem at the moment—I see this constantly in my own constituency—is that people with disabilities are really struggling to make ends meet. In my constituency, there is the added problem of access to transport: with cuts to bus services, many disabled people are unable to get into town and attend support classes as they used to. That is...

Oral Answers to Questions — Culture, Media and Sport: Broadband (9 Jun 2016)

Sue Hayman: Earlier this week, I received an email from the Minister, which helpfully informed me that 3,198 premises in my constituency—that is 8% or nearly one in 12—are not currently planned to be connected to superfast broadband. What has the Minister got to say to the sizeable number of my constituents who face the prospect of never being able to access an adequate broadband connection?

Business of the House: Carers (9 Jun 2016)

Sue Hayman: I thank the hon. Member for Eastleigh (Mims Davies) for securing the debate. I am sure that this is an issue that touches many hon. Members. In my family, my father needs caring for, and the circumstances will be the same for many of us. As our population ages, the situation will only get worse. I want to focus particularly on carers’ finances, as the struggle that many carers face in...

Business of the House: Carers (9 Jun 2016)

Sue Hayman: I thank my hon. Friend for that incredibly important point. If someone has to choose between cutting back on work or losing their entitlement, they are between a rock and a hard place. I do not want to believe that the Government would want to punish carers in such a way. I agree with my hon. Friend that this needs to be reviewed urgently. I hope that the Minister will consider reviewing the...

Written Answers — Department of Health: Pharmacy (14 Jun 2016)

Sue Hayman: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what resources his Department has allocated to assessing the counter-proposal to the Government's plans for community pharmacy published by the Pharmaceutical Services Negotiating Committee in April 2016.

Written Answers — Department of Health: Pharmacy (14 Jun 2016)

Sue Hayman: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, whether his Department plans to respond to the counter-proposal to the Government's plans for community pharmacy published by the Pharmaceutical Services Negotiating Committee in April 2016.

Oral Answers to Questions — Cabinet Office: Permanent Secretaries: Diversity (15 Jun 2016)

Sue Hayman: According to Leonard Cheshire Disability, only 4.5% of senior civil servants are disabled. What are the Government doing to ensure that disability is not impeding disabled people in the civil service from reaching the highest levels? Will the Minister review the Government’s policies and keep the House updated on his efforts to improve the employment prospects of disabled people in the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Business, Innovation and Skills: STEM Subjects (28 Jun 2016)

Sue Hayman: As vice-chair of the all-party parliamentary group on nuclear energy, I am extremely keen to get more women into the nuclear industry and into studying STEM subjects at school and university, because we cannot meet the skills shortage without attracting more women and girls into engineering. I was therefore really pleased to hear the Minister agree with my hon. Friend the Member for...

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: Rolling Stock (30 Jun 2016)

Sue Hayman: The Cumbrian Coast railway line serves my constituency, and I get regular complaints about the rolling stock. A lot of the busy trains often have only a single carriage, and some of the carriages date from the 1970s. What work are the Government doing with the new franchise holder to improve the situation?

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: Teacher Workload (4 Jul 2016)

Sue Hayman: I have raised on the Floor of the House on a number of occasions the problems in west Cumbria with teacher recruitment and retention, which are leading to workloads building up, to the detriment of our children’s education. I am concerned to see that figures provided by the National Union of Teachers project that Cumbria will see a 4.5% real-terms cut in funding under the Government’s new...

Written Answers — Home Office: Refugees: Cumbria (11 Jul 2016)

Sue Hayman: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, what estimate she has made of the number of refugees that have been settled in Cumbria in the last 12 months; and whether she has further plans to settle refugees in Cumbria.


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